Oklahoma State has won more national championships in wrestling than any other program in Division I wrestling history.
St. Cloud State has captured more NCAA Division II national championships in the past five years than any other program.
Augsburg has finished among the top two teams at the NCAA Division III level 25 times since 1975, winning national titles 12 times and earning runner-up honors 13 times.
All three wrestling programs use MatBoss, wrestling’s premier videostats app.
Entering the 2018-19 season, 14 of the nation’s top 25 college NCAA Division I wrestling programs in InterMat’s preseason tournament rankings are using MatBoss. In addition to No. 3 Oklahoma State, other top-25 programs that use MatBoss include No. 2 Ohio State, No. 8 Missouri, No. 9 North Carolina State, No. 10 Lehigh, No. 11 Cornell, No. 12 Minnesota, No. 13 Rutgers, No. 15 Virginia Tech, No. 18 Princeton, No. 20 South Dakota State, No. 21 Wisconsin, No. 22 North Carolina and No. 23 Oregon State.
While top-ranked St. Cloud State headlines the Division II teams using MatBoss, there are three other top-five Division II wrestling programs that use MatBoss: No. 2 Nebraska Kearney, No. 4 McKendree and No. 5 Wheeling Jesuit. In total, 13 of the top 25 Division II wrestling programs use MatBoss.
Augsburg begins the season as the nation’s top-ranked Division III wrestling program and is one of 11 top-15 teams in Division III using MatBoss. The others include No. 2 Ithaca, No. 5 Wabash, No. 6 Coe, No. 7 York, No. 8 Millikin, No. 9 Baldwin Wallace, No. 11 Ferrum, No. 13 Mount Union, No. 13 Loras and No. 13 UW-La Crosse.
Twelve of the top 20 NAIA wrestling programs use MatBoss. Those programs include No. 3 Montana State-Northern, No. 4 Providence, No. 6 Menlo, No. 7 Baker, No. 8 Lindsey Wilson, No. 9 Missouri Valley, No. 14 Campbellsville, No. 17 Brewton Parker, No. 18 Southeastern, No. 19 Northwestern, No. 20 Briar Cliff and No. 20 Dickinson State.